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New or interesting Laboulbeniales (Fungi, Ascomycota) from Spain, V

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Seven new species of Laboulbeniales parasitizing beetles (Coleoptera) are described: Corethromyces hernandoi and C. obscuristipes on Medon sp. (Staphylinidae), Eucantharomyces philorhizicola and E. rugatus on Philorhizus crucifer confusus (Carabidae), Eusynaptomyces cornutus on Hydrobius fuscipes (Hydrophilidae), Hydrophilomyces aduncus on Ochthebius dilatatus (Hydraenidae), and Monoicomyces myllaenae on Myllaena elongata (Staphylinidae). In addition, four other Laboulbeniales are reported. Arthrorhynchus nycteribiae is confirmed for Spain and the structure of its rhizoidal haustorium is described. The remaining three species are new records for Spain: Stigmatomyces borbori, S. canzonerii, and S. ceratophorus; the first two are second world records because the taxa were only known from type collections, from Cameroon and Senegal, respectively.

Se describen siete especies nuevas de Laboulbeniales parásitas de coleópteros: Corethromyces hernandoi y C. obscuristipes sobre Medon sp. (Staphylinidae), Eucantharomyces philorhizicola y E. rugatus sobre Philorhizus crucifer confusus (Carabidae), Eusynaptomyces cornutus sobre Hydrobius fuscipes (Hydrophilidae), Hydrophilomyces aduncus sobre Ochthebius dilatatus (Hydraenidae), y Monoicomyces myllaenae sobre Myllaena elongata (Staphylinidae). Además se citan otras cuatro especies de Laboulbeniales. Se confirma la presencia de Arthrorhynchus nycteribiae para España y se describe la estructura de su haustorio rizoidal. Las tres especies restantes son primeras citas para España: Stigmatomyces borbori, S. canzonerii, y S. ceratophorus; las dos primeras son segundas citas mundiales pues sólo eran conocidas por sus colecciones tipo, del Camerún y Senegal, respectivamente.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 2006

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  • Nova Hedwigia is an international journal publishing original, peer-reviewed papers on current issues of taxonomy, morphology, ultrastructure and ecology of all groups of cryptogamic plants, including cyanophytes/cyanobacteria and fungi. The half-tone plates in Nova Hedwigia are known for their high quality, which makes them especially suitable for the reproduction of photomicrographs and scanning and transmission electron micrographs.
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